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French stage actress Celine Emilie Seure, aka Cecile Sorel (1873-1966), 1900s  // by Léopold-Émile Reutlinger. At the Odeon Theatre in Paris, she specialized in playing a stock character known as the "grande coquette" // photo by Francois Vizzavona

French stage actress Celine Emilie Seure, aka Cecile Sorel // by Léopold-Émile Reutlinger. At the Odeon Theatre in Paris, she specialized in playing a stock character known as the "grande coquette" // photo by Francois Vizzavona

Meredith Willson's The Music Man | Broadway musical Philadelphia - Walnut Street Theatre

Meredith Willson's The Music Man -- Walnut Street Theatre -- Philadelphia, PA -- Official Website

The Sound of Music at 50: The Hills Are Still Alive | TIME

"The Sound of Music" at 50: The Hills Are Still Alive

This image is of Christopher Plummer (Captain Von Trapp) and Duane Chase (Kurt Von Trapp) on the set of "The Sound of Music" ~ Photo via Century Fox/Courtesy Everett Collection.

Phantom of the Opera

Emmy Rossum as Christine Daae in "Phantom of the Opera." movie This costume was inspired by portrait titled "Empress Elisabeth of Austria in Courtly Gala Dress with Diamond Stars by artist Franz Xaver Winterhalter

West Side Story - jets!

Oscars: 'Birdman' is best picture, Redmayne nabs actor

A scene from West Side Story, directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins, © Kobal

Patti LuPone as Reno Sweeney in "Anything Goes" belting her face off in "Blow, Gabriel, Blow".

Patti LuPone as Reno Sweeney in "Anything Goes" singing "Blow, Gabriel, Blow".

THE LAST OUTLAW (1926) - Gary Cooper - Jack Luden - Betty Jewel - Directed by…

Best Film Posters : – Picture : – Description 1927 American Western silent film directed by Arthur Rosson and starring Gary Cooper, Jack Luden, and Betty Jewel.

Again, I like the brightly colored dresses in this scene.   Straw Hats??

the brightly colored dresses in this scene.

A theater poster for "Fred R. Hamlin's Musical Extravaganza, The Wizard of Oz," showing the Tin Man. Created by "The U.S. Lithograph Co., Russell-Morgan Print, Cincinnati & New York," 1903. A signature on the Tin Man's leg reads: "To Spider Rathburn, now I'm oil-right. Dave Montgomery by Fred Stone. Jan. 14, 1936."

The Wizard of Oz Tin Man Poster

Frank R. Hamlin’s Musical Extravaganza: The Wizard of Oz (Based on The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Frank L.

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